Feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and stressed trying to service the urgent demands on your time? What if you could change all that?
For many of us just trying to get anything done can feel like being stuck in rush hour traffic on a rainy day. Why does this happen? What's the impact? What if you could reduce or eliminate the traffic like congestion plaguing your teams and organization? What would it take? What would you need to to?
The answers may surprise you.
For our June meeting Agile coach Jay Packlick will facilitate a discussion of the effects and root causes behind the chronic disease of organizational congestion. We'll explore strategies you can use to help move your organization from the performance robbing state of congestion to a more personally and financially satisfying state of flow.
About our speaker this month:
Most of you probably know Jay Packlick as the passionate guy kicking off every meeting of the Dallas ALN for the past few years. A principle consultant with Improving Enterprises, Jay has spent the last 10 years as a trainer, mentor, and coach helping businesses achieve the benefits of embracing an Agile mindset. Prior to coaching Jay served in practically every role possible to create and deliver products including developer, tester, business analyst, project manager, senior architect, manager, and guitar player in a career that has spanned over three decades.